Today, let us take greater personal responsibility for the judgmental thoughts we are thinking about and thus housing within. After all is said and done, we are the only ones who can allow thoughts to be housed within our own mind. The thoughts that we house within end up painting the picture of the world we see. If we do not like the picture of the world we see, let us no longer blame the outer world for this. Instead, let us go within and challenge and change the thoughts that are actually coloring our experiences. Today, let us notice that the more we feed a thought with our time, focus and energy, the larger part of our life it plays. Equally so, that same exact thought can be starved by us. We starve it of its fuel source by taking our time, focus and energy away from it.
Today, let us no longer allow judgmental thoughts to go unchallenged. Now, when a judgmental thought comes knocking on our mind’s door, let us recall what investing our time, focus and energy on such thoughts has brought us. It has brought us nothing but conflict, inner confusion and pain. Then, let us recall that we are all God’s creations, all on a perfect, individualized and sacred path that we have co-designed with the Divine. If we judge this co-creation, then we judge God as wrong. We will never attain true, lasting peace of mind as long as we are judging God as wrong. Now, when a judgmental thought tries to enter our mind’s gate, let us stop it, decline its entrance, forgive it, place it in God’s hands, let it go, and return to being an example to others of non-judgment and the state of peace.
All glory to God.
Peace, Health, Happiness, Love, Laughter, and Light.
James Blanchard Cisneros
Author of the book “You Have Chosen to Remember”
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Yes! The other thing I do with judgmental thoughts is rewire by brain by substituting a positive thought about that person or situation. I remind myself that The judgmental thought is not the TRUE ME. “I am not my thoughts” and I remind myself that I am a caring, kind, compassionate person and I love others.
Thank you Nancy for being open to the message.
Yes indeed, well done.
Let us no longer choose to punish ourselves for having judgmental thoughts, instead let us learn to use them as trigger mechanism that remind us that it is now, in this moment and interaction, the perfect time to practice being more forgiving and compassionate. This way, like our all-loving Source, we learn to use even the so-called bad for good. This way we depart the darkness and return to being the light of the world that God create us to be. This way we help guide those currently lost in the darkness back into alignment with the eternal loving light within.
I so admire you dedication to this site , you are appreciated , many blessings ,
Thank you Scott for being a member of our community.
May you in every interaction, recall your true loving nature, and share with others, the light within.